The Great Fire of London raged from
2-6 September, 1666.

It destroyed large parts of the northern bank of the city, causing £10,000,000 damage (£1.72 billion in today’s terms), and displacing 200,000 people.

From that event has come much of what we recognise as fire protection, including building regulations, fire brigades, and insurance.

National Fire Protection Month
celebrates fire protection.

Our industry minimises the risk and effects of fire and plays an essential role in protecting life, property, and the environment. 

Throughout September we will run events across the country and online, examining various aspects of fire protection.

Join us to learn more about how fire protection keeps you safe.

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